Man Found Guilty Of 2014 Bar Shooting

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A man who was tried, in connection to a fatal shooting at a bar in 2014 has been found guilty of murder and attempted murder, according to the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office.

According to a statement released Monday afternoon, Craig Lamar Foster was found guilty of Second Degree Murder and Attempted Murder. The verdicts came, according to the statement, as a result of a shooting at the Crossroads Bay in Fresno on March 23, 2014, where Foster fired multiple shots at Janee Tatum and Herman Tatum, Jr.

Sentencing, according to the statement, is set for June 7. Foster is reportedly facing 74 years to life in prison.

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